California MAT Access Points Project: Tribal and Urban Indian Community-Defined Best Practices
This program provides funding to support the integration of community-defined best practices in substance use disorder (SUD) services in California tribal and urban Indian communities.
Awards will be made in two tracks:
Planning Track: Identify long-standing
and emerging cultural practices and traditions that serve
as a critical part of healing and recovery, including
providers and community partners in the process.
- Identify culture-specific healing and recovery practices
- Grow community commitment and engagement
- Develop practice guidelines for culture-driven services
- Develop culture-specific SUD recovery model
Implementation Track: Implement
community-defined traditional health practices within
existing SUD treatment or recovery services.
- Strategically plan the integration of culture-specific healing and recovery services
- Implement culture-driven services using new practice guidelines
- Monitor the use of culture-specific treatment and recovery services across departments
- Develop process for tracking patient retention in treatment following integration of culture-specific services
Eligible applicants located and providing services in California include:
- Urban Indian health programs
- Tribal health programs
- Tribally operated organizations
- Federally or non-federally recognized Tribes
- Tribal and Urban Indian grassroots organizations
- Fiscal agents applying on behalf of an eligible entity
Award ceiling: $75,000
Project period: 15 months
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